According to Reuters news on September 9, Cristiano Amon, CEO of semiconductor supplier Qualcomm, said that if the incentive plan to promote the production of automotive chips in continental Europe can attract suitable partners, Qualcomm is willing to cooperate with European foundries. .
Amon said at the Munich IAA Auto Show that most of Qualcomm’s manufacturing is for cutting-edge technologies. Most of the foundries in this field are located in Taiwan Province, South Korea and the United States. European foundries are currently mainly for large-scale semiconductors. Production, a discussion about investing in high-end production is ongoing, and Qualcomm is very interested in it.